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. >> during the last election the prime minister made many pledges to the electorate. one was to rebound the economy. given that our economy lags behind the u.k. average and scotland in terms of key economic indicators. when can we expect announcement by the prime minister on the steps he's going to take to help rebalance our economy? >> i do want to see the economy rebalance which it badly needs to because the side of the state sector is so big. we are continuing to pursue the policy of looking at a local tax rate for northern ireland because of the border with the republic. i don't think it's the only thing we should look at. we need to boost manufacturing and do all the things we can to encourage investment into northern ireland which i've been doing. >> mr. speaker, on monday i was delighted when the prime minister put his rocket boosters on rehabilitation. will he as first lord of the treasury ensure that the treasury stand behind the minister of justice as they deliver [inaudible] radical globally new cash consequences of [inaudible] for the next spending review period? we should b
>> now through election day, wash our coverage of the presidential candidates. next, prime minister david cameron takes questions from members of the british house of commons. then, " is briefed on a federal corporations for -- president obama is briefed on preparations for hurricane sandy. tamara, -- tomorrow, bob beirsack looks at 2012 campaign fund-raising. >> it is a great source of information for the public. if you want to know anything about what is gone on with legislation, with policy, xi's van haslett coverage. i liked books tv. it is nice to see some of the people that you read about. kid does not offer commentary. it is just telling you the facts. you can make your own decision. the decisions are not being told it to you. people who want to be engaged in society and know what is going on. cockbo c-span, brought to you as a public-service. >> during this week's question time british prime minister cameron answered questions about lowering energy bills and allegations of child sex abuse by a former bbc presenter. the prime minister told that under his government voting by
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